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|Price:||$23.43 - $45.93|
- 100% Nylon
- Hook & Eye closure
- Hand Wash
- 85 percent nylon, 15 percent spandex
- Convertible straps
- Seamless, tagless
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This beautiful underwire bra has flexible foam cups that provide a completely smooth look under clothes
Featuring tagless comfort, this Barely There bra is undetectable under even the thinnest fabrics. With foam molded cups and hidden underwire for a smooth, seamless look, the back straps can be criss-crossed. It has a two-row, three-column back closure
- Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 7.3 x 2.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000UZX9X0
- Item model number: 4104
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
I hate bra shopping. They are expensive and I resent spending the money they want for an article of clothing I'm covering up. And being a 34 D means I actually need the bleeping things to fit right and to hold body parts up. They have to work harder at that every year. Darn gravity.
I mostly hate bra shopping because once I spend a small fortune and bring home the itty bitty bag of items, I generally find upon longer wear than the 45 seconds in the dressing room, that something is uncomfortable about them--generally the underwire starts trying to slowly stab me to death over the course of the day. And since I used to shop the sales ( see the second sentence of the long review as to why) the store would invariably only have 1.33 bras left on the rack in my size (I didn't even intend for that pun!). Don't believe they can only have 1.33? According the the 2000 census poll, the average size of the American family is 3.14. Do not doubt the math.
My second big complaint is that everything is held in place during the aforementioned 45 second stint in the dressing room, but in real life I am doing things I don't do in a dressing room. Like unloading the dryer. And cleaning cat puke off the floor. You know, things Kim Kardashian has nightmares about. And it causes things to shift around and subsequently bunch up and look weird under clothes. Bras that do not do this are called full-coverage and are some of the most unattractive inventions I've ever seen--and some even make you look like a missile launcher, 1980's Madonna style. Not the kind of support I'm looking for.
Do you see why I hated bra shopping. And then I found Barely There 4104 a few years ago. No missiles. Still an attractive cleavage view (it doesn't look like a Victorian chastity device)...that keep the cleavage in place. And they are keeping gravity at bay, or at least providing the illusion that is happening while it's on. No attempted murder by way of underwires. Nice smooth look under any type of clothing including tighter fitting tops. Nice plus: they easily convert to a cross back version. I've actually used this feature and it's nice to have.
Amazon has simplified my life by offering these online for this price. I've never gotten them for cheaper than $22-$23 each (generally at a box store buy 1 get one half off sale where I leave with high blood pressure from looking through 2,147 bras and finding 1 or 2 in my size). I bought 5 of them. ALL AT ONCE!!! No 1.33 bras available on here. I love you, Amazon.com.
While shopping online for yet another wire free bra, I stumbled across the Barely There 4104. I somehow missed the "underwire" description and ordered one, thinking it was wire free. When it arrived, I tried it on and was amazed how comfortable and supportive it was. This bra is even more comfortable than the wire free models I have previously ordered.
The Invisible Look 4104 is the perfect combination of comfort, support and discreet style. I highly recommend it.
Aspects that I liked:
-It was true to size... I'm a 34A, and the 34A fit perfectly.
-It's easy to lengthen/shorten/criss-cross the straps while wearing it (if you click on one of the higher resolution front-view pictures, the circular plastic between the strap and the cup is actually a snap).
-The fabric is soft, and the stitching looks sturdy with no frays/loose threads.
-It lives up to the claim that it's invisible under shirts. I didn't think it would with the thick upper/front edge, but that edge is close enough to the midline of the body that shirts don't rest there.
Reasons I knew I had to send it back:
-The elastic was a bit stronger than I like, and while I don't want a bra that slips around, I do want a bra that is comfortable enough that I can forget I'm wearing it, and not have to count the seconds until I can take it off.
-The cups were floppy... Yes, they have a tiny bit of foam, but it's not the type that holds its shape off your body, so it's more likely to become creased and lumpy with age, which is a deal-breaker for me.
-Most importantly, though, it just wasn't flattering on me, so I didn't feel confident in it at all. As another reviewer mentioned, this bra doesn't lift at all; it separates. So while I was hoping this bra would work (so I could order it in all the lovely colors Amazon has to offer), it definitely didn't.
By the way, if you're around my size and any of the above resonates with you, try out Lily Of France Jacquard Demi Underwire Convertible Bra (2121260) and/or Lily of France Womens Your Perfect T-Shirt Bra... I tried and loved them both!
The top edge of the cups don't stick out on my shirts and make that ugly line that shows everyone exactly where your bra is. People look at women's breasts enough as it is, and I'd rather not attract extra attention to that part of my body.
The only reason that I don't give this product five stars is because the materials, while adequate, are medium quality - I have to re-adjust the strap length almost every time I wear the bra. It's easy to fix, but probably due to the same reason the length loosens.